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Out 1 2010, 20h48 por Nita_FairytaleI've discovered so many amazing bands here on last.fm!! Here only a small choice :)
The Daniel Iorio Group *¨`•»♫
X.E-L.A & The U.F.O Acid Godz *¨`•»♫
Mary and the Black Lamb *¨`•»♫
State of Riot *¨`•»♫
Red Lights Flash *¨`•»♫
Beat Noir *¨`•»♫
The Crowns *¨`•»♫
Rides Again *¨`•»♫
Fades Away *¨`•»♫
Fire on Dawson *¨`•»♫
My Endeavour *¨`•»♫
The Navajo Project *¨`•»♫
Northern Beach *¨`•»♫
Rock 'N' Roll Television *¨`•»♫
Bomb the Music Industry! *¨`•»♫
The Tragically Hip *¨`•»♫
State of Shock *¨`•»♫
The Real Deal *¨`•»♫
Like A Storm *¨`•»♫
The Famous Monsters Nick Hall and Dave Fulton have gone on to form The Nightmares *¨`•»♫
And I've also discovered solo projects like:
Justin Sane of Anti-Flag
Josh Todd of Buckcherry
Raine Maida of Our Lady Peace
David Usher of Moist
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ Thanks so much to my absolute darlings of guys ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
Mai 7 2010, 10h20 por IxxSandraxxIHow Varied Is Your Music Taste?
First, make a list of your top-20 artists overall. Then, for each of these artists, add the 8 most similar artists to your list. Delete any duplicates, count up the number of entries on your list and this will give you some idea of how eclectic your listening habits are. A score of 9 represents an extremely unvaried musical taste while a 160 represents an extremely varied one.
1. Avril Lavigne
Seether (feat. Amy Lee)
Three Days Grace
4. The Black List Club
Aloha from Hell
5. Simple Plan
Mai 3 2010, 17h55 por LariissaFirst, make a list of your top-20 artists overall. Then, for each of these artists, add the 8 most similar artists to your list. Delete any duplicates, count up the number of entries on your list and this will give you some idea of how eclectic your listening habits are. A score of 9 represents an extremely unvaried musical taste while a 160 represents an extremely varied one.
Panic at the Disco
Fall Out Boy*
The Academy Is...
The Hush Sound
My Chemical Romance
Fall Out Boy
Panic at the Disco*
The Academy Is...*
All Time Low
My Chemical Romance*
Cute Is What We Aim For
Dez 21 2009, 17h47 por AnyaOtakuFirst, make a list of your top-20 artists overall. Then, for each of these artists, add the 8 most similar artists to your list. Delete any duplicates, count up the number of entries on your list and this will give you some idea of how eclectic your listening habits are. A score of 9 represents an extremely unvaried musical taste while a 160 represents an extremely varied one.
1. Our Lady Peace
Matthew Good Band
Neverending White Lights
I Mother Earth
Son Of Sam
The Bouncing Souls
3. Green Day
Foxboro Hot Tubs
4. Bright Eyes
Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band
Monsters of Folk
The Good Life
5. Papa Roach
Three Days Grace
Ago 8 2009, 18h56 por jurlacherWho/What/When/Where/Why/How?
1. R.E.M. - What's The Frequency, Kenneth?
2. King Creosote - You've No Clue Do You
3. Teddy Thompson - What's This
4. Mew - Why Are You Looking Grave?
5. Mellowdrone - Glassblower
6. ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead - Will You Smile Again?
7. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Whatever Happened To My Rock 'N' Roll (Punk Song)
8. The Black Keys - Remember When (Side B)
9. Gomez - Where Ya Going?
10. Gogol Bordello - American Wedding
11. Test Icicles - What's Your Damage?
12. The Cooper Temple Clause - What Have You Gone and Done?
13. Headland - Headland (What Did You Say?)
14. The Faint - Machine in the Ghost
15. The Streets - What Is He Thinking?
16. Soulwax - YYY/NNN
17. Arab Strap - Why Can't This Be Love
18. Röyksopp - What Else Is There?
19. St. Vincent - What Me Worry?
Mai 22 2009, 17h10 por U-L-T-R-AThis list is by no means complete. I will omit several opening acts, early festival acts and maybe even some major acts. But despite my fading memory and with help of Google and Wikipedia, I will try my best to make this list as complete as possible. I've slowed down over the years, but these days I prefer quality over quantity.
Last updated: 12/31/12
So, here it goes, in no particular order (actually, alphabetical to avoid double posts):
3 Doors Down (2012 in Atlantic City)
AC/DC (SARS-fest 2003)
Alex J. Robinson (Uptown Waterloo Country Festival 2008)
Alexisonfire (2012, Copps Coliseum, Hamilton - FINAL SHOW)
Angels & Airwaves (opening for Weezer 2008)
Bif Naked (Edgefest)
Big Wreck (Edgefest 1999)
Billy Talent (2005)
Blue Rodeo (SARS-fest 2003)
Dala (opening for Matthew Good 2007)
David Wilcox (Oktoberfest 2008)
Depeche Mode (multiple times)
Dr. Dre (Up In Smoke Tour 2000)
Econoline Crush (2000?)
Eminem (Up In Smoke Tour 2000)
Mai 17 2009, 3h30 por jurlacherBecause two just wasn't enough!
1. Low - Monkey
2. ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead - The Porpoise Song
3. Division Day - Tigers
4. Failure - Frogs
5. SJ Esau - Cat Track (He Has No Balls)
6. Michael Hurley - Hog Of The Forsaken
7. Bill Staines - The Fox
8. Okkervil River - Dead Dog Song
9. Matthew Good Band - Truffle Pigs
10. Moist - Fish
11. IAMX - Bring Me Back A Dog
12. Patrick Wolf - Vulture
13. Blood Brothers - Peacock Skeleton With Crooked Feathers
14. Malcolm Middleton - No Modest Bear
15. Menomena - The Pelican
16. Benoît Pioulard - Moth Wings
17. Neko Case - I'm An Animal
18. Boy - Black Cat
19. Fleet Foxes - Meadowlarks
20. R.E.M. - Horse To Water
21. Frightened Rabbit - Snake
22. Johnny Flynn - All The Dogs Are Lying Down
What can I say, I like animals okay?
Fev 24 2009, 6h33 por erysheThink of 20 albums that had such a profound effect on you that they changed your life or the way you looked at it. They sucked you in and took you over for days, weeks, months, or years. These are the albums that you can use to identify time, places, people, and emotions. In no particular order.
1. Beatles "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" I was young, and my taste in music tended to be on the cheesy mainstream side. I was fully aware of the Beatles, and I was a big fan of the animated "Yellow Submarine." I can still recite the movie pretty much from beginning to end. But one Christmas I asked for the Sgt. Pepper album. The SOUNDTRACK to the movie. The one that had the Bee Gees & Peter Frampton singing the Beatles songs. Yeah, seriously. So my clueless father, got me the Beatles LP. I was so disappointed. I did get the soundtrack from that horrible movie, but eventually, I came to really prefer the Beatles one. My father inadvertently did good (my father as a father is a long story) that day.
Jan 29 2009, 14h22 por FunkafonikHere's my list of all the shows I've seen so far. (This list will keep getting updated as I see new ones)
Nuno Bettencourt (total - 12 times)
Mike Portnoy (DT + 2 clinics / 1998 - Montreal / 1999 - Winnipeg)
Dream Theater (10 times / 1997 - Toronto / 1998 - Montreal / 2000 - Germany & France / 2004 - London & Ottawa / 2006-2009-2010 - Montreal / 2011 - Quebec City)
Gary Cherone (6 times / 1995, 2001, 2004 & 2008 - Toronto, Boston 3x, Worcester & New York)
Population 1 / DramaGods (5 times / 2004 - New York
& New England)
Derek Sherinian (5 times / 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002 x2 - Toronto, Montreal x3, Porto Alegre)
Mourning Widows (4 times / 2000 & 2001 - Boston & New England)
Def Leppard (4 times / 1996 & 2000 - Montreal / 2003 & 2004 - London)
Mike Mangini (4 times / 1995, 1999, 2004, 2011 - Toronto, Montreal 2x, Quebec City)